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Editor’s Note: As Chief Investment Strategist of Total Wealth, Keith believes in making his track record of recommendations easily accessible to all readers within seconds – and that’s why he’s compiled an Archives page. Here you’ll find links to every Total Wealth article Keith has published since Total Wealth’s creation on October 2, 2014, posted in reverse chronological order.

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  • Keith Fitz-Gerald May 18, 2019
    Three Strategies That Work Best Right Now (and Why Counter-Intuitive Thinking Is Key)

    I got an interesting question earlier this week while in Las Vegas where I was speaking at the MoneyShow... what works best right now? Usually, that's a question related to which specific stocks, bonds, ETFs or other funds you want to buy. But in this case, the person asking wanted to know what kinds of investment methods work best given current market conditions and how you adjust to all the

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Mar 09, 2019
    Don’t Make These Four Profit-Robbing Mistakes

    There's a lot of discussion at the moment about which way the markets are going to go from here. Some of it's good, but frankly, a lot of it's bad. Like that's a shock!!?? The media loves negative stories because that's how they keep you hooked and emotionally off-guard. Wall Street, of course, plays along because they know negative headlines make it easier to separate you from your

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Mar 16, 2016
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    How to Make Your Retirement as Profitable as Possible

    James Altucher thinks 401k retirement plans are scams. In a video that went viral after being posted last year on Business Insider, the 48-year old hedge fund manager, entrepreneur and best-selling author says that "I honestly think that you should just take your money out of 401ks." His reasons? He lists three. You'll have no idea what's happening to your money when it's tied up in a

  • Keith Fitz-Gerald Feb 13, 2015
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    This One Tool Made the Difference between Bankruptcy and $13 Million

    There's an old joke that's made its way around financial circles over the years. It goes something like this: An investment banker walks into a room where his cohorts are in a meeting. "I've got good news and bad news," he announces. "The bad news is, we've just lost $100 million. The good news is, it wasn't ours." An associate raises his hand. "What was the bad news again?" It's humor, but